Review: Super Rude Bear: Resurrection

Categories: PS4, Reviews

Ultra-lean indie development teams seem to be popping up with great games everywhere these days, but their increase in frequency doesn’t make their achievements any less impressive. For developer Alex Rose Games, the studio behind Super Rude Bear, the heavy lifting in development is done by the studio’s namesake Alex…

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 1

Categories: PS4, Reviews

Telltale Games has become one of the bigger names in the industry in a relatively short amount of time. Known for making compelling “movies you can play,” the company has amassed an impressive catalog of games from a wide range of intellectual properties. So where does Telltale’s newest series stack…

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Review: PaRappa the Rapper Remastered

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: Reviews

PaRappa the Rapper is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the release of a remastered version of the PlayStation classic. Often credited as one of the very first rhythm games, PaRappa had a unique style and catchy tunes, and after playing the original, its PS2 sequel and the PSP port growing…

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Review: Yooka-Laylee

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: PS4, Reviews

Nostalgia has always been a money-maker in video gaming but these days it seems more popular than ever. While in many cases it can feel like a heartless cash-grab, other times it’s a genuine work of love, revitalizing genres that have fallen to the wayside. Yooka-Laylee is one of the…

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Review: Nioh

Categories: PS4, Reviews

Few games venture into development hell and make it back alive. Games are cancelled all the time for multitudes of reasons, not the least of which being troubled development schedules. So it’s only fitting that a game all about surviving devastating odds managed to endure a 12 year development cycle…

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Review: J-Stars Victory VS+

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews

J-Stars Victory VS was released originally on the PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2014 as a Japan exclusive to celebrate 45 years of Shonen Jump magazine (a collection of Japanese comics). In 2015 the game made its way to other countries, titled J-Stars Victory VS+, adding an additional feature called…

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Review: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: PS4, Reviews

At one point or another, as Dragon Ball fans, we have wanted to know what it would be like to unleash a Kamehameha or become yet another Super Saiyan with that iconic golden hair. Back in early 2015 our wishes were answered when Bandai Namco released Dragon Ball Xenoverse for…

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Review: Dragon Ball Xenoverse

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews

To celebrate the end of what Bandai Namco is calling Anime Month, we’ve having a quick look at a couple of the biggest anime games released in recent years. Dragon Ball Z is one of the most well known Japanese animation series around and has made the transition to video…

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Review: Shantae Half-Genie Hero

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews, Vita

Shantae first came to the video game world in 2002 via the Game Boy Color, developed by WayForward (the same team who went on to make the DuckTales remake and much, much more.) Years later sequels were released for the DS and 3DS, but the biggest outing for the character…

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Review: Steep

Author: Tyler Beyer
Categories: PS4, Reviews

I had mixed feelings when I first saw Steep showed off as the show-ender at Ubisoft’s E3 event. The idea of an open world winter sport based game sounded like a good idea, and from what I saw at the event I was hoping for something like a free-roaming SSX…

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Review: Dragon Quest Builders

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews, Vita

Dragon Quest has been around for just over 30 years now and has made a huge impact to the world. Recently, Square Enix has been making more spinoff games of the series and majority of them are actually good games. Dragon Quest Builders is no exception. Dragon Quest Builders is…

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